Hotel T.A.P Paradise

# 104, Hospital Road, Avenue Road Cross, Parallel Road to K.G.Road, None, Bangalore, Karnataka, 5600
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Sports and activities in India

by dsantosh

Trekking:India is the ideal destination for a trekking holiday, offering everything from short and easy excursions to the long challenges of the snowy peaks. The highest mountain range on earth - the Himalayas - forms 3500km (2200 miles) of India's northern and eastern frontiers. The spectacle of the snow-capped peaks, glaciers, pine-forested slopes, rivers and lush meadows of wild flowers cannot be equalled. Peninsular India offers natural beauty of another kind, clothed in green woodland and fragrant orchards. Consult the Government of India Tourist Office before departure or local tourist offices on arrival in India to ascertain what restrictions may apply and what documentation may be required. The trekking season runs from April to June and September to November. Essential equipment includes a tent, sleeping bag, foam/inflatable mattress, rucksack, umbrella (doubles as a walking stick), sun-hat, dark glasses, toilet requirements. The best clothing is a windproof jacket, trousers, shirts, woollen pullover, woollen underwear (for high altitudes), and gloves. Be sure to take a light, flexible and comfortable pair of trekking boots (two pairs should be taken for longer treks) and at least three pairs of woollen socks. Use talc to keep feet dry. A first-aid kit is recommended, as are anti-sunburn cream, morphia salt tablets to avoid cramps, a torch, thermos/water bottle, insect repellent, mirror, cold cream, lip-salve, walking stick, spare boot laces, sewing kit, tinned and dehydrated food.
Outdoor activities
Camel safaris can be taken in the Thar desert and range from 1-15 days' duration; Delhi is the country's centre for rock climbing, also available in the Aravalli Hills and the Western Ghats. Permission for mountaineering must be obtained from the Indian Mountaineering Foundation, Anand Niketan, Beneto Juarez Road, New Delhi 110 021. Hang gliding, Skiing ,ballooning and gliding are also poular.. . Horseriding is available in hill stations. Spectator sports
One of the great Indian sports is cricket. Other popular spectator sports include polo and hockey, sports at which the Indians have long excelled, winning many Olympic gold medals in the latter. Interest in football is increasing.
Golf:. Calcutta Amateur Golf Championships attract large numbers of serious golfers in the east; the standards are high, and for those interested, temporary membership is available from the Royal Kolkata (Calcutta) Golf Club. Srinagar and Gulmarg have good courses ( Gulmarg is the highest golf course in the world). The course at Shillong is widely regarded as being one of the most beautiful in the world.
Watersports
India has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, the most popular ones being in the southern states of Goa and Kerala. The Andaman Islands and Lakshadweep Islands off the southern coast are noted for their white-sand, deserted beaches and excellent swimming and scuba diving (but visitors should note that they may require a special permit to visit). Whitewater rafting is a young sport in India; the snow-fed mountain rivers of the northern Himalayas place them among the best regions in the world for this sport. Fishing is also available, particularly in the Kangra Valley and Shimla, in Darjeeling and Orissa and throughout the Himalayas. Tackle can often be hired from local fishing authorities. Check with the local tourist office for details of seasons and licences.

Go people Go

by porky7772000

Activities to be done when in Bangalore are in plenty. Great Pubs/Clubs on the first place for your night experience. don't miss some popular restaurants like KOSHY's, AIRLINES, COFFEE HOUSE and MTR (if you are foriegner).

Shopping in Brigade Road, MG Road and Commercial Street are Hot amongst the people around. Tourist looking for Silks and stuff like that end up in these places and also end up paying more! ( write to me on nikhil_p73@yahoo.com maybe i can guide you to some sensible places, where you don't spend so much of money)

Places to vist are in plenty, like the Lal Bagh, Cubbon Park, Vishveshwariah Centre for science, Planetorium, Vidhana Soudha, High Court, Palace grounds and a long drive around bangalore on the Outer Ring Road.

Some amazing Temples are found in and around bangalore, which really are worth visiting.

other activities would be Bowling and Go Karting which the hottest things happening.

WildLife center around BANGALORE

by letusdraw

"Bandipur"

Nesting in the foothills of the Nilgiris, the Bandipur National Park was formed by extending the Venugopal Wildlife Park, set up in 1931 by the Mysore Maharajas. It is one of the tiger reserves in the country.
A popular game resort of the rulers of Mysore, the flora in the forest comprises Teak, Rosewood, Honne, Mathi, Bamboo and Sandal Trees. The important animals in the park are Tiger, Elephant, Gaur, Leopard, Chital and Sambar. Birds like the Peafowl, Partridge, Quail, Hornbill and Ibis are also found here. Apart from these, Dhole(wild dog), Sambar, Muntjac or Barking Deer, Giant Squirrel and sometimes Sloth Bear and Nocturnal Porcupine and Blacknaped hare may be seen in the sanctuary.

"Bheemeshwari"

Lying between Shivanasamudra falls and Mekedatu falls is Bheemeshwari, A perfect picnic spot where nature has created a natural habitat for the Mahseer fish and a variety of exciting animals.
Crocodiles relaxing in the sun

Bheemeshwari in Mandya district is an ideal place for viewing wildlife and a relaxing holiday. The lush forest sheltered by steep valleys and scattered by little streams, invites large groups of animals. Birds like Heron, Ibis, Cormorant, Kingfisher… have all made their home here.. You can see herds of elephants amongst the thick trees. Deer springing in the air. Wild boars, monkeys, jackals, crocodiles, otters and even leopards !

"Biligirirangana range"

120 Kms from Mysore & 247 Kms from Bangalore, the Biligirirangana range of hills are picturesquely situated between the Cauvery & the Tungabhadra rivers. At a height of 5,091 feet above sea level, this hill stretches from north to south for about 16 Kms. All round are decidous trees. And roaming amidst the long grass and tall trees are animals. Plenty of them! So if you're looking for a cool time with a little bit of wild excitement thrown in, welcome to B.R.Hills. Wake up to the chirping of birds & humming of bees. Breathe in fresh, clean air. Take a stroll through the sylvan surroundings. And let the cool breeze blow your cares away.

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